Linux Pro Magazine #161 - Print Issue

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Issue #161 (April 2014): Home Routers

Discover the vulnerabilities of typical home and small office routers, and consider the SafeSquid filter proxy for secure home surfing.

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Linux Pro Magazine #161 - Print Issue

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Also in this issue:

  • Security and SOHO Routers: Home and small office networks typically place their security in the hands of an inexpensive device that serves as a router. How secure are these SOHO router devices?
  • SafeSquid: If you are looking to secure your home surfing against questionable web content, you need a filtering proxy. SafeSquid filters content as it moves between the browser and the Internet.
  • Comment: The New Kid
  • On the DVD: Knoppix 7.3
  • News
  • SuperCollider: SuperCollider is a versatile and powerful sound generator.
  • EncFS: The EncFS virtual filesystem reduces the configuration overhead of encrypting data on Linux.
  • Meteor: Build interactive web apps the easy way with this sensible JavaScript development tool.
  • Knoppix 7.3: Learn about the latest Knoppix Live Linux distro.
  • Ask Klaus! Klaus Knopper answers your Linux questions.
  • Areca Backup: Hassle-free backups of individual hard drives.
  • Charly – Fish: The tasty Friendly Interactive Shell.
  • Security Lessons – DNS: Keep bad guys out of your network with targeted filtering.
  • SHC – Bash Script Compiler: Convert shell scripts directly into binaries.
  • Perl – Cucumber: Natural language test framework for developers.
  • Command Line – Vundle: Manage Vim plugins.
  • F3 – Testing Flash Memory: Check flash sticks for defects.
  • Workspace – HTML-Based Presentations: Great-looking presentations in a browser.
  • Giada: Process sound loops and more.
  • Labyrinth: Mind mapping software.
  • PiCam Surveillance: Video surveillance with the new Raspberry Pi camera.
  • openSUSE 13.1: Inside the newest version.
  • Gluglug: Laptop 100% free and open source.
  • Doghouse – Pay It Forward: “maddog” reflects on ways people can contribute to the present as well as the future of software development.
  • Kernel News: Chronicler Zack Brown reports on the latest news, views, dilemmas, and developments within the Linux kernel community.

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